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Burma Prepares for First National Census in 30 Yearsi
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March 21, 2014 2:59 PM
Burma is preparing for a landmark national census, the first in three decades, that will guide a wide range of government policies in the coming years. Gabrielle Paluch reports from the Irrawaddy Delta, where authorities are trying to educate people about the importance of the process.

Burma Prepares for First National Census in 30 Years

Published March 21, 2014

Burma is preparing for a landmark national census, the first in three decades, that will guide a wide range of government policies in the coming years. Gabrielle Paluch reports from the Irrawaddy Delta, where authorities are trying to educate people about the importance of the process.


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by: Sharon Backs
March 24, 2014 7:12 AM
ANOTHER Clinton-Obama "foreign policy success." Right up there with the "Arab Spring."